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Substance Abuse Counseling Program Article on Pregnancy and Substance Abuse

Substance Abuse Counseling Program Article on Pregnancy and Substance Abuse

Good article on preventing substance abuse with pregnant women. Please also review our substance abuse counseling program The article, “Steering pregnant women away from substance abuse” by Jeff Bell states “Victoria program is changing lives by helping pregnant women deal with substance-abuse issues. HerWay Home, run out of the James Bay Community Project, started in January 2013, said program co-ordinator Amanda Seymour. “Really, our goal is help women improve their own health, so that they have healthier pregnancies, healthier births, so that children can stay with their moms and that the moms can quit or reduce their substance use,” Seymour

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Substance Abuse Counseling Training Article On Preventing Teen Substance Abuse

Substance Abuse Counseling Training Article On Preventing Teen Substance Abuse

Good article about Substance Abuse Counseling Training Teen drinking and substance abuse is a huge issue and certified substance abuse counselors can help parents protect their children The article, “Preventing teen substance abuse” by Barbie Powell states “The Easton Redding Community Cares Coalition (ERCCC) is an organization that students and parents may want to know about and get involved. The objective and purpose of the ERCCC is to help focus and coordinate the Easton and Redding communities’ response to the threats of alcohol and substance misuse and abuse and reduce risky behaviors. The coalition looks to promote and facilitate community efforts in

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Substance Abuse Counseling Program Article on Medicaid and Substance Abuse Care

Substance Abuse Counseling Program Article on Medicaid and Substance Abuse Care

How will reductions in Medicaid affect substance abuse care? Please also review our substance abuse counseling program The article,” Feds, states seek to end Medicaid’s limits on substance abuse care”, by Virgil Dickson states, “States and some federal officials are working harder to end some limits on Medicaid reimbursements for behavioral health and substance abuse treatment in the face of the nationwide opioid addiction crisis. Earlier this month, a bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation that eases federal restrictions on Medicaid reimbursement for substance use disorder treatment centers. The bill would allow centers with up to 40 beds to receive reimbursement from Medicaid

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Online Counseling Training: Life Changes

Navigating Through Life Changes You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself.     Jim Rohn  Online counseling training is an excellent way to learn how to aid those in need or simply sharpen your counseling skills. Online courses can further help by giving you an opportunity to work an education around your schedule. With a virtual classroom, you can take it with you wherever you go! Below is an excellent article by an instructor on Navigating Through Life Changes. Life changes and we change along with it.  If you are

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Substance Abuse Counseling Training Article on Addiction Signs and Signals

Substance Abuse Counseling Training Article on Addiction Signs and Signals

Substance abuse can ruin lives.  Addiction is a reality in America and it is important to identify signs and signals of potential addiction and substance abuse issues Please review our Substance Abuse Counseling Training to learn more to help others overcome their addictions and also identify signs of others becoming addicted The article, “Substance abuse awareness: How to identify signs and what to do”, by Sherry L. Baker states, “The misuse of alcohol, illicit drugs, and prescription medication is on the rise within our communities and across the nation. In 2016, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

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Substance Abuse Counseling Program Article on Drug Use and Pregnancy

Substance Abuse Counseling Program Article on Drug Use and Pregnancy

An alarming article about the damage to you can do to your child while pregnant and doing drugs, plus the additional legal issues that can result Please also review our Substance Abuse Counseling program to learn more The article, “The legal consequences of using drugs while pregnant” by Livia Areas-Holmblad states, “Drug abuse among pregnant women surfaced as a public health problem in the U.S. in the 80s, and legislators have been discussing contrasting views on the topic ever since. Different states have established different ways of approaching mothers who use toxic substances. Prenatal drug use is considered child abuse

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Addiction Counseling Program Article On Gender And Addiction

Addiction Counseling Program Article On Gender And Addiction

Good article about addiction and gender and how it affects people Please also review our Addiction Counseling program The article, “The susceptibility of addiction in sex and gender” by Topher Avery states   “A study released last November suggested that the sex of an individual does play a role in determining susceptibility to addiction. However, the effect that sex has on the likelihood of addiction is more complicated than initially believed. As additional data is gathered, it becomes clearer that many factors come together to determine how susceptible a person will be to addiction. Historically, addiction research has been problematic,

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Substance Abuse Counseling Article Modern Strides Being Made in Addiction and Mental Health

Substance Abuse Counseling Article Modern Strides Being Made in Addiction and Mental Health

Modern Strides Being Made in Addiction and Mental Health   Modern strides for aiding addiction recovery and helping in overcoming mental health disorders are creating opportunities for individuals to incorporate new perspectives, healing, and new tools and techniques in the quest for the best possible health outcomes. With new ways of looking at and treating addiction, will come less stigma attached with the disease. The Evolution of a Theory No longer seen as a sign of weak character or moral shortcoming, there have been great advancements made in helping individuals to recover from addiction and to overcome mental health disorders.

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Substance Abuse Counseling Training Article on Women and Addiction

Substance Abuse Counseling Training Article on Women and Addiction

Good article about the unique issues that women face in regards to substance abuse. If you would like to learn more about addiction and substance abuse counseling training then please review our program and see if it matches your needs. The article, “Women face unique challenges with substance abuse” by Pam Stolz states “Addiction is one of the most difficult battles to face for both men and women. But when it comes to the development of substance abuse and treatment approaches for women, gender does indicate key differences. Substance abuse disorders progress more quickly in women than in men which

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Addiction Counseling Training Article On Rise of Addiction

Addiction Counseling Training Article On Rise of Addiction

Good article from TIME about the epidemic of addiction in our country and how it is a moral epidemic and test to the country..  Addiction is rising as people fail to cope with issues properly and turn to substances. If you would like to learn more about addiction counseling training then please review the program The article, “Surgeon General Says Addiction Crisis a ‘Moral Test for America’” by Justin Worland states “Surgeon General Vivek Murthy called addiction to drugs and alcohol “a moral test for America,” given the more than 20 million people in the country with substance abuse problems